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15 Reasons Why Your Haters Hate You

15 Reasons Why Your Haters Hate You

1. Because you have something that they don’t.

Whether is it your new Paco Rabanne fragrance, your new house, your new tattoo or your life in general, you possess something they don’t — and that upsets them. Because they realize that life can be unfair, and that some people can have things or do things in life that others can’t. Perhaps they even desire what you have but don’t quite know how they themselves can achieve those things. When haters can’t figure why they lack the things they lack, or how they can get the things they lack, they become very angry individuals. To help themselves cope with this sense of frustration, they hate. This is how they deal with their feelings of inadequacy and inferiority after comparing themselves with others — by putting it on you.

2. Because they think you don’t deserve it.

They look at your fame, your popularity, your friends, your career, etc., and think that you are not worthy of these things, because they are only looking at things at surface level. They don’t care about the hard work you had put in behind the scenes — your sacrifices, your worries, your fears and the pains you’d gone through. Because they are superficial like that.

3. Because they don’t want to lose to you.

They see life as some kind of competition — who’s more popular, who’s richer, who has more friends, who has more dates, who has the better job, yadda yadda — and they want to win. Their eagerness...

6 Aromatherapy Essential Oils for Stress Relief and Sleep

6 Aromatherapy Essential Oils for Stress Relief and Sleep

Scents are powerful — a simple smell can immediately trigger a powerful memory, place, or person. Scents have power to evoke emotions and memories instantly and can directly impact our bodies through our nervous system.

The olfactory nerve gives us our sense of smell and starts from our nose and enters the skull through tiny holes to connect directly to the brain. This nerve rapidly sends signals to many different parts of the brain, including the limbic system and amygdala, which are in charge of emotions, mood, and memory. These systems are also in charge of regulating our autonomic nervous system, which can either trigger a fight-or-flight response, quickening our breath, heart rate and raising our blood pressure, or can soothe us through turning on the parasympathetic nervous system, which relaxing our bodies. This theory helps explain why scents can so quickly trigger physical reactions in our bodies and have lasting effects after the scent is gone. Essential oils like...

4 Things Doctors Wish They Knew About Infertility

4 Things Doctors Wish They Knew About Infertility

About 12 percent of American women of childbearing age have trouble getting and staying pregnant, and about 7.5 percent of sexually experienced men under 44 have seen a fertility doctor, according to the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. Yet despite the fact that infertility is so common, there’s a lot we don’t know about it.

Silence about the condition contributes to the sense of shame people feel about being unable to conceive, and infertility’s status among other medical conditions leaves researchers struggling to win funding that can help advance the field.

Stigma about infertility is so strong that it gets in the way of even basic scientific research about the human reproductive system, says Richard Stouffer, a fertility scientist at Oregon Health and Science University School of Medicine. Just as infertile couples are sometimes told they’re “not meant to be parents,” fertility specialists are told their medical research is not a priority.

“Some people would actually say infertility is not a significant problem relative to other diseases like cardiovascular disease or cancer, because it’s not life-threatening,” Stouffer told HuffPost. “But if you’re a young woman who has been trying to get pregnant for a year and is willing to pay tens of thousands of dollars to try to get pregnant through [fertility treatments], you obviously don’t agree with that.”  

And it’s not just about the ability...

5 Simple Lessons My Children Taught Me About How to Be Happy

5 Simple Lessons My Children Taught Me About How to Be Happy

Shonda Rhimes made a powerful statement in her recent TED talk. She said “My tiny humans show me how to live.”

Children are wiser than most of us acknowledge and have a great deal to teach us. They interact with the world in an unassuming way, not yet programmed by the routine thinking of the adult world. They have a youthful spring in their step and a sparkle in their eye.

My training as a psychologist taught me to observe and look for trends in human behavior. I’m a mother of two boisterous boys and when I stepped back recently to observe their behavior I noticed some powerful yet simple patterns in the way they approach life.

We all have the ability to learn from children and those around us. Here are five of the lessons my children have taught me about how to be happier.

1.A lack of sleep makes us grumpy.

We are quick to put a child’s whiny mood down to being tired, yet as adults we frequently underestimate how important adequate sleep is. As we grow-up we get better at hiding the pure frustration and moodiness that comes with being exhausted. Tragically, many of us begin to think it’s normal to feel this way and constantly live in a state of sleep...

Want Millennials to Stay? Invest in Corporate Learning.

Want Millennials to Stay? Invest in Corporate Learning.

With this year’s college graduation ceremonies on the near horizon, employers are once again tuning in to how best to attract and retain the new workforce generation.

Guy Berger, PhD, Economist at LinkedIn, and Gloria Yang, Senior Associate of Business Operations Analytics at LinkedIn, recently evaluated LinkedIn user data and extrapolated that “job-hopping” is increasing steadily over time.

This particular analysis of millennial retention speaks to a larger issue: employers must adjust corporate values, workplace environment, and team structures to stay competitive. Integrating corporate education into a company’s strategic goals is the way to enact these needed changes and create and maintain an agile business.

By investing in corporate learning, employers have the power to address millennial retention in three key areas: talent attraction; job readiness; and culture change.

Corporate Learning for Talent Attraction

Want To Be Successful? Here's The One Thing You'll Need

Want To Be Successful? Here's The One Thing You'll Need

Why do some really smart people fail where other, less intelligent people succeed?

Because being smart isn’t enough.

Sure, talent and skill are very important, and as we’ve already discussed, a great attitude cannot compensate for the lack of either. So what does it take to be successful?

This article is part of a series that is dedicated to finding a greater understanding of the contribution of human capital assets (people) to the overall valuation of a business enterprise. If you’re just joining us, welcome to The New ROI: Return on Individuals.

If you’d like to learn the “Why” behind this series, you can click here and if you’d like to join a community of people who believe that people are a company’s most valuable asset, you can

The 3 Most Deadly Mistakes When Delegating to Your Team

The 3 Most Deadly Mistakes When Delegating to Your Team

Cheryl ran a $1.5 million per year glass company. She worked hard, typically 70 hours a week, and she was scared to death to empower her team to “own” functions and responsibilities within the business.

David,” she said, “I’ve tried that before. I delegated to my team and asked them to run their respective areas of the business, and after 6 months the business was in a mess. Sure we had grown, but our margins had shrunk, customers weren’t happy, and I hated the stress of waiting to see what would go wrong next.

In Cheryl’s world, the reason her experiment with “empowerment” didn’t work was because she gave up control and her team just weren’t capable enough to do things as well as she could.

So her solution was to just grab back the reins and take charge of the company in a firm manner.

And it worked, to a degree. She improved her margins and grew her profits. But then she hit a plateau where she was stuck - for several years. What was worse, she was working harder than ever, stretched thin and unable to even think about growing any more for fear of things coming crashing down again.

What had she missed?

Mistake One: Letting Go of Control Is Not an On/Off Switch, It’s a Dimmer

She didn’t realize that letting go of

Reasons to Move to Seattle

Reasons to Move to SeattleIf you can get past the gloom, the Emerald City really is the crown jewel of the Pacific Northwest. So what is it that keeps all those techies, hipsters and outdoor fanatics enamored? Read on to find out.
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1. There’s no such thing as a crappy cup of coffee.

2. But also no shame in hitting up the 'Bucks.

3. And you can finally put those torture devices they call “heels” to rest, since a pair of Birkenstocks will always do the trick.

4. Pho, ramen, dim sum, sushi--t’s incredible and it’s everywhere.

5. Ditto for fresh, organic, locally sourced produce.

6. And high-quality, legalized marijuana (if you’re into that sort of thing).

7. You’ll probably be able to cancel your gym membership, thanks to all the hiking you’ll now be doing (Labrador in tow).

8. Which means more funds for weekend getaways to Portland or Vancouver.

9. And speaking of dogs--in this town you can bring them to a restaurant, on a city bus or even inside Nordstrom. (Because, why not?)

10. Your office could look like this.

11. Your daily commute could include whale watching. (Water taxis!)

12. And you could see an active volcano from, like, your backyard.

13. You could live in this adorable Craftsman.

14. Your kids could attend an outdoor preschool, in a forest.

15. While enjoying a whopping 71 sunny days a year! (Hey, no...

5 WAYS IN WHICH TECHNOLOGY AFFECTS FAMILY LIFE

5 WAYS IN WHICH TECHNOLOGY AFFECTS FAMILY LIFE

Technology is wonderful in many ways, but it is also adversely affecting family life. Any parent who has a child who doesn’t eat food unless being given an iPad knows this to be true. In this piece, we tell you five ways in which technology is causing lasting damage to your family life, and what you can do about it.

Technology is today ubiquitous in our lives. It performs many, many vital tasks that are designed to relieve us of our time-consuming activities and leave us time rich. However, technology is also a double-edged sword: it has the power to leave us time rich, but it also has the power to suck out all the free time it gave us, and some more. As a result, we’re now living in an age where families don’t have face to face interaction and lose themselves in mobile screen phones.

If your family is similar, if members of your household communicate via text or Whatsapp while in the same house, here are a few ways in which it is damaging your family life without you realising it.

1. Reading and language skills
The more time kids spend in front of a screen – whether it is television or an iPad – watching moving pictures, the less their linguistic abilities develop during their infancy, and there is nothing like language that powers the creative abilities and imaginations of human minds. Limit screen-watching time of your kids and engage them in reading, writing and storytelling sessions so that they grow up in a language-rich environment.
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Reasons to Move to Seattle

 Reasons to Move to Seattle

If you can get past the gloom, the Emerald City really is the crown jewel of the Pacific Northwest. So what is it that keeps all those techies, hipsters and outdoor fanatics enamored? Read on to find out. 

1. There’s no such thing as a crappy cup of coffee.

2. But also no shame in hitting up the 'Bucks.

3. And you can finally put those torture devices they call “heels” to rest, since a pair of Birkenstocks will always do the trick.

4. Pho, ramen, dim sum, sushi--t’s incredible and it’s everywhere.

5. Ditto for fresh, organic, locally sourced produce.

6. And high-quality, legalized marijuana (if you’re into that sort of thing).

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